“Movies With A View” Schedule Released

The schedule for this summer’s Movies With A View at Pier 1, Brooklyn Bridge Park, is now available.

Join us for the 12th season of our movie series on Thursdays this summer! Shorts curated by BAMcinématek, DJs from Brooklyn Radio kick off the evening and bike valet provided by Transportation Alternatives, sponsored by Bike and Roll.

Schedule follows the jump.

DATE: Thursdays, July 7 – September 1
TIME: 6:00pm – 11:00pm, Music at 6:00pm, movies at sunset
LOCATION: Pier 1, Harbor View Lawn
Arrive early for the best seats: lawn capacity is limited

Thursday, July 7 – Manhattan
Thursday, July 14 – Ghostbusters
Thursday, July 21 – Sweet Smell of Success
Thursday, July 28 – Basquiat
Thursday, August 4 – An American Tail
Thursday, August 11 – Breakfast at Tiffany’s
Thursday, August 18 – Crooklyn
Thursday, August 25 – Rosemary’s Baby
Thursday, September 1 – Public Vote – Choose your own favorite New York story!

For more details, and how to vote, check the Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy website.

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  • Matthew Parker

    Great lineup! Sweet Smell of Success is one of my favorites.

  • AEB

    OK, I vote for “Midnight Cowboy,” which, actually, I saw about a year ago, and which is now–besides being wonderful–a period piece.

    But then, it’s forty-some years old! Holy sh*t!

  • http://selfabsorbedboomer.blogspot.com Claude Scales

    My favorite bit of dialogue (as remembered) from Midnight Cowboy:

    Joe Buck: ‘Scuse me, can you tell me how to find the Statue of Liberty?

    Woman with poodle: Last time I saw, she was heading to Central Park to take a leak.

  • mlo

    speaking of taking a leak – are there plans for public restrooms anywhere along the waterfront park?

  • GHB

    Who needs a restroom with all that river? Kidding. I voted for 12 ANGRY MEN

  • David on Middagh

    Vote? Where? I couldn’t find any voting mechanism on the BBP site.

  • nabeguy

    DOM, did you really expect the BBPC to allow the public to have a voice? (Sorry, but that was too easy)

  • AEB

    David, just click on this:


  • AEB

    Well, my “button” didn’t appear. I’ll try again:

    If no button–well, you’re on you’re own

  • Matthew Parker


    There are extant restrooms at Pier 1 and on Pier 6.

  • http://heatherquinlan.com Heather Quinlan

    I love you Peter Venkman!!!!

  • Marla Kesten

    “Warriors come out to play” (clicking of coke bottles)

  • travy

    big business!

  • Dave

    I love Breakfast at Tiffany’s. I especially like the parts where Mickey Rooney dresses up in yellow face and goes “ooh me sooo hungry. Ching ching chong ching chong.” Hilarious.

  • A Neighbor

    I don’t understand. Why is it on Pier 1 — which they acknowledge doesn’t have enough room — rather than in the field on the other side of the Brooklyn Bridge where it was until last year? There was plenty of room — and the bridge was a breath-taking backdrop.

  • Eddy de Lectron

    The Taking of Pelham 123 (the original not the awful remake)

  • Buggs Bunny

    Trading Places. Pier 1 is in one of the final scenes. The ape and Beekman are going back to Africa to live in piece.

  • epc

    @A Neighbor — the open field which used to be in front of the Tobacco Warehouse is to be occupied by Jane’s Carousel. Currently it’s a field of mud and construction debris.

  • Arch Stanton

    Yeah the field and the view are ruined because of that stupid carousel. All for the whim of some spoiled rich bitch.

  • David on Middagh

    Damn carousel.

  • GHB

    Ah, spring is here and Arch is still bitter!

  • fultonferryman

    F Jane’s Carousel.

  • fultonmountainmama

    @ fultonferryman here, here!. . . and all the horses on it.

  • http://Building Jeffrey J Smith

    How about Santa Claus Conquors the Martians (Hey, Pia Zadora
    IS in it)

    Well OK if people want 60’s how about Personna